I stopped watching Bones several seasons ago. But a week or so ago I watched the last episode of Season 11, and I was able to watch it and just enjoy it for what it is now -- without any expectations. It felt like a reunion with good friends, Then today I read that it's been renewed for its 12th and final season, all of which combined make me think that I might actually like to watch this last season when it starts in April. Bones was such a huge part of my fandom experience, and watching that episode made me rather nostalgic. I wonder if there's any chance they'd bring back Eric Millegan (Zack Addy) for an ep. I bet a lot of viewers would love that, though it might spark some residual pain, too...
Five Happy Things
1. Ghirardelli Midnight Reverie dark chocolate square(s) + a schmear of almond butter = OMGWTFBBQ
2. Having shelter, clothes, and food.
3. My Kindle.
4. Restarting a Buffy the Vampire Slayer rewatch and discovering I still love the show.
5. Borgen. I never expected to like a Danish TV show this much, given that I don't understand a word of Danish, but subtitles and great acting help.
Title: I'm Not the Dragon (1/1)
Fandom: The Hollows series of books, by Kim Harrison.
Characters: Trent Kalamack, Ivy Tamwood, Rachel Morgan (sort of)
Rating: K+ or PG
Spoilers: Through The Undead Pool
Word Count: 100
Summary: A missing-scene drabble (100 words) set during The Undead Pool. Ivy and Trent come to an understanding about Rachel. (Rachel/Trent, if you squint.)
Author's Note: The title is taken from "Litany In Which Certain Things Are Crossed Out," a poem by Richard Siken.
Disclaimer: Trent, Ivy, and Rachel belong to Kim Harrison, not me. This story is purely meant to entertain. No copyright infringement is intended.( Collapse )
You're under no obligation to mail me anything in return; wouldn't it be nice to find something other than bills in your mailbox? It's been quite a while since I've done something creative, and my fingers (and brain) are getting itchy. I can't promise what I send will be beautiful, but I can promise I won't be asking for money. :) I will mail to people outside the US, though it'll take me longer to figure out postage.
Be well, friends.